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For LGBTQ+ Students in Kentucky’s Catholic Schools, School Isn’t Safe
Prejudice, exclusion, and hatred are subjects they know all too well.
Kentucky schools should provide menstrual products, period.
Senate Bill 55 mandates that all public and charter schools with grades 4-12 have free period products available for students.
Student CROWN Act Advocates Rally At Capitol
Organized by ACLU Kentucky and the Real Young Prodigys, hundreds of students across Kentucky joined forces to advocate for the passage of Senate Bill 63, colloquially known as the CROWN Act.
Harmful Lessons: How Kentucky classrooms can perpetuate violence and what we can do about it
Curriculum violence can be either intentional or unintentional, but it still negatively impacts students and causes lasting harm.
3 Bills Would Increase Student Representation in KY Education Decisions
The three bills enable Kentucky students to hold their schools accountable, and are backed by bipartisan support.
Kentucky Student Journalists Need New Voices Legislation
Join Kentucky’s youth journalists in recognizing Student Press Freedom Day on February 23rd and supporting the New Voices Legislation.
Under Pressure: An essay on school stress and mental health
Immense pressure built into school isn’t consistent with supporting students’ mental health.
We Need More Student-Led Mental Health Guidance in Schools
Over 130,000 young Kentuckians deal with anxiety and depression. We need to center students’ mental health solutions in schools.
Down the Drain: School Bathroom Privacy & Upkeep
This is the first installment of Down the Drain on bathroom maintenance (and who pays for messiness) and school bathroom privacy.